10:11 AM, 4th May 2020, About 2 years ago 3
Well maybe my idea is daft illegal or both, but I figured you’re the guys to ask. I’m going to cash a little pension in soon and it’s not a great amount, but maybe 30k now I own a terrace outright.
In the past I’ve rented a room out, because I am not brave enough to rent it out and buy another to live in.
However, I would buy another 3 bed terrace and rent two rooms out. Therefore, the question is can I move between the two terraces and rent rooms out in both legally?
I want to limit myself against none paying tenants and eviction costs etc. Sorry if my questions are a bit naive
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